[Breitbart] The United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) confirmed it has reinstated its chief of diversity and inclusionprofessional racist, Richard Torres-Estrada, following an investigation into politically charged social media posts he made, including one that compared former President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler.
SOCOM said in an email statement to Breitbart News on Friday:
Mr. Torres-Estrada has resumed the duties of the Chief of Diversity & Inclusion for United States Special Operations Command after a USSOCOM commander-directed investigation into the circumstances surrounding his hiring concluded and found no violations of law or DoD regulation.
SOCOM reassigned Torres-Estrada in late March after some of his social media posts drew attention for their anti-Trump and anti-Republican leanings. For example, on June 2, 2020, he tweeted a meme that criticized Trump by comparing a photo of him to a doctored photo of Hitler.
Most people treat other people with respect and tolerance in a civilized society, if and until the interactions turn negative, untenable or uncivilized.
Possibly Mr. Lemon, has come across an article on the internet blog, NationalVangard.org which may have raised this question in his mind.
The article is Blacks Aren’t Human with the byline ROSEMARY W. PENNINGTON (EDITOR) · 14 MARCH, 2015. Written with a global sociological view.
I'll provide you some aid Mr. Lemon, this was an opinion piece, and the internet is full of opinions, some reasonable, some not.
You are young Mr. Lemon, a Millennial, you need to pace yourself, lest your world suddenly deteriorates because of prejudicial thinking...
/\ You are young Mr. Lemon, a Millennial, you need to pace yourself, lest your world suddenly deteriorates because of prejudicial thinking...
Age is certainly not a guarantor of knowledge but it usually does contain a measure of life experiences and observations. These experiences and observations guide our opinions, thinking and intentions. I believe an applicable term or reference might simply be our desire or intention for 'survival.'
Some form of organized 'civilization' containing positive behaviors and outcomes appears to be a key to survival. While they cannot yet communicate with us, I suspect the animal kingdom might agree.
'Fully human' is certainly not the question. 'Fully civilized' is likely the correct term.
RJ let me parse
(1) Not everyone should be a mathematician - but, a 30 million strong group (given all these affirmative action educational opportunities) should produce some. Unless something is lacking.
(2) Notable African-Americans: celebrities, politicians, university (non-stem) professors just don't make up for (1) for me.
Sorry. I guess I'm a racist. Also male chauvinist pig.
To keep from becoming the racist that people like Lemon accuse me of being, I must constantly remind myself that not all black people are as deficient as he is.
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06/22/2021 14:09 Comments ||
Mr. Lemon, video clips like these about the mob twerking on an ambulance (thanks, Skid) also make it difficult for me. I don't want to be a racist but clearly something has gone wrong somewhere. It might help if more prominent people of color would publicly denounce Critical Race Theory, or at least denounce twerking on an ambulance to celebrate a shooting that occurred during a Juneteenth celebration.
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06/22/2021 14:20 Comments ||
No Don, I just see you as living proof that not all humans are even minimally intelligent.
[THEAMERICANCONSERVATIVE] A friend noted last year that he’s come to pity virtually everyone he sees on television. Who is more pitiable than Anthony Fauci ...American epidemiologist with rotating opinions, warnings about the unlikely, and reassurances that if you wear a mask you won't get COVID, as long as you're wearing multiple masks, assuming wearing a mask is necessary in the first place... of recent days? He was a paragon of self-mastery, the indispensable virtue in an age when one must be an actor to be an effective bureaucrat, and a bureaucrat to be a scientist—"the princes and the servants of the princes and...the magi." Last year, one saw signs that read, "In Fauci we trust." Now, amid heightened scrutiny, Fauci rebukes those who question him with the pronouncement that he is science incarnate: "Attacks against me are attacks against science." Et Scientia caro factum est et habitavit in nobis. In the end, Fauci has no mastery over science nor public policy nor even himself. The only real power was exercised over his fellow citizens, which arose from their fear and was maintained through lies and half-truths he termed science.
Fauci’s fellow elites don’t need him anymore. Trump is gone, and trillions of dollars have been printed for Wall Street, the blob, and corporations, especially those whose interests are interwoven with the state, whose own power is substantially expanded. In the wealthiest—and whitest—Washington, D.C. suburbs, yard signs still remain to signal to any angry mob that might return. Fauci is expendable. A ruling class that knows how to benefit from every crisis is confident it can withstand whatever deluge may come.
It is of course likely that the ruling class will not only survive but continue to profit from every crisis that arises. But the unknown variable is how the children of the COVID generation respond. Children have a natural antipathy for lies. Today’s children have been frightened and deceived—by elites like Fauci, by their teachers, even by their parents. Elites will have to go to significant lengths to prevent today’s children from eventually learning that it wasn’t the science that dictated that they remain home and avoid friends and wear masks but mere fallible humans, perhaps with another agenda; that many rich and powerful elites benefitted from the pandemic shutdowns and the bailouts.
Many are likely to sooner or later rebel against the teachers who taught them that a person is good or evil on the basis of epidermal pigment or genitalia. They may also rebel against the parents who were either gullible or obsequious, for children often come to hate those who cannot protect them, much as they come to hate those who spoil them. It is they who may become the wrathful simpleton-citizens of Miller’s imagination, who will one day cry, "Let us stone and disembowel and burn the ones who did this thing."
If that day ever comes, it’s unlikely the angry mob will find Anthony Fauci doing penance in a desert monastery.
I knew that was gonna happen as soon as the organization was named.
[Federalist] When a former FBI assistant director for counterintelligence says directly into a camera that fighting terror may now mean arresting members of Congress, the blood sport of politics has been taken to a new and more dangerous level.
Speaking on MSNBC recently, Frank Figliuzzi opined to Chuck Todd that: “Arresting low-level operatives is merely a speed bump, not a road block. In order to really tackle terrorism … and this time domestically … you’ve got to attack and dismantle the command-and-control element of the terrorist group, and unfortunately, and I know this is painful to hear … that may mean people sitting in Congress right now, people in and around the former president.”
It is the stuff of banana republics when political opponents are locked up, and this was urged not by a fringe activist on an obscure YouTube channel, but by a former high-ranking U.S. intelligence official on the second-most-watched cable news network, with no gasp from the host. Is this what “homeland security” has become?
Clearly, much has changed since 9/11, when President George W. Bush instituted a new office to “secure the United States from terrorist threats of attacks” that eventually became the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). With a $40 billion budget and more than 240,000 employees, it is now a behemoth eclipsed in size only by the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.
Although established with noble purpose, there is growing evidence that its focus has evolved in a direction those voting for its creation never imagined. Those with the secret clearances and shiny badges are increasingly scrutinizing our homeland, not for external attackers, but our own people.
Congratulations!" At first, the employeenation was puzzled, but over time the Golden Banana Award became one of the most prestigious egregious honors bestowed on an inventive employeepolitical party to corrupt and diminish a nation.
Let this be the first blog to site the Democrat party with this Gollum's ring of recognition.
Populist Press links to original National Pulse article
Fauci Lets Slip That Mark Zuckerberg Offered Him ‘Resources & Money’ In Redacted E-Mails.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has revealed what Mark Zuckerberg offered him in redacted portions of his recently released emails. The conversation, he admitted, included offers of “resources and money” from the Facebook founder who at the time same was ploughing cash into interfering in the 2020 election on behalf of Democrats.
Voter ID should not even be an issue. I'm only surprised that 20% don't think we should have it (These are probably members of the Dem Party). Of course, we should have voter ID. You need it for just about everything else.
Eliminate absentee voting. If you want to vote show up at a polling place and present your id. polling official checks a data base (state or federal) and either accepts or denies your petition to vote. I prefer ID's on a state level because of response time and prevention of hacking. Further any official who interferes with identity checking is incarcerated for 2 months in an outdoor detention facility.
[BREITBART] NBC anchor Chuck Todd said Sunday on "Meet the Press" that the outrage parents are experiencing over Critical Race Theory
...teaches that skin color is the most important characteristic of any person, which translates to separate but equal with a different bunch in charge. All whites and Asians are born racist and racism permeates every aspect of society, which should be dismantled and the remains turned over to the kind of dipshit who pushes this nonsense... was "manufactured."PBS news hound Amna Nawaz said, "Specific to this idea of critical race theory. I spent time reporting on this county in Virginia about an hour outside of Washington. To your point, this is something mobilizing people and resonating very deeply. It was about a 100-degree day, dozens and dozens and dozens of parents, mostly white in this largely affluent county, showed up to a school board meeting, for in the first one they attended, specifically because of this one issue."
Republican strategist Brad Todd said, "you mentioned critical race theory a couple of times. This is a parent-led backlash at the grassroots level."
Anchor Chuck Todd said, "It’s manufactured, and then sort of the fire was lit."
Brad Todd said, "I disagree. I think it started because parents have had it with the education bureaucracy after COVID. They’re fed up with it. They tend to trust Democrats on education funding, but they trust Republicans on education accountability. I think the backlash you’re seeing on critical race theory in schools is other parents trying to hold educators accountable."
MSNBC political analysts Cornell Belcher said, "It’s coordinated, it’s aggressive, it’s intentional. This is part of the tribalism play. The critical race theory is yet another tool in the racial, tribal boogeyman’s toolbox to drive and inflame tribalism which Republicans think helps them in elections. This is Trump 2.0. It is a continuation of this. Critical race theory is an arcane ideal. Why is it front and center right now? The same reason Mitch McConnell attacked Stacey Abrams ...the pudgy, sour grapes lo-o-o-o-o-ser (Loser! Loser! Loser!) of the 2018 Georgia governor's race. Stacey nominated herself to be Joe Biden's vice president nominee, to widespread national apathy. She has a very keen eye for Racism in any form, to include the imaginary... when she came out for the voting bill. It is racial. It is tribalism. We’ve seen it grow under Trump. This is part and parcel of it. They think this helps ignite their base. This is not grassroots, and Brad, you know this is organized and is being paid for."
Chuck Todd is an early AI droid, who wandered off from
the Alphabet R&D facility in Silicon Valley back in the early 1990s, Google had tried to control him remotely back in the early 2000s, but met with mixed success. In about 2015, he was sold to the Democrat party for an undisclosed sum, and his AI update program maintenance was subcontracted to Zuckerberg/Facebook. His outlandish interpretations
of American politics, culture and society make him a valuable tool for all things leftist.
[BREITBART] A far-left group will run $1.2 million worth of ads in Arizona from June 21 to June 30 to pressure Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) into trashing the filibuster, amid fears the Republicans will use it to block the legislation designed cancel state voter ID laws and publicly fund political campaigns.Just Democracy will air two ads on cable news programs, local news, and local sports in Arizona and spend $200,000 on digital ads to garner support for the "For The People Act."
One ad begins in reference to her past voting record, "Arizona, Kyrsten Sinema is failing us."
"As the GOP tries to silence our voices, she’s just standing by, supporting a Jim Crow relic instead," the ad says. "You’re refusing to stand with us, Sen. Sinema. Why should we stand with you?"
A second ad slams Sinema for not "fighting" for federal takeover of local elections. "You’re doing their [Republicans] dirty work, letting a Jim Crow relic keep us down."
"Our right to vote is under attack," the ad continues, calling out Sinema for upholding the filibuster.
Sinema is a co-sponsor of the "For The People Act," which presumably will receive a vote in the Senate on Tuesday. However, a woman is only as old as she admits... the measure is expected to collapse due to the filibuster’s 60 vote threshold, as Democrats have failed to whip enough votes to overcome the barrier.
A Thursday poll indicated the majority of likely general election voters oppose the federal election takeover bill that specifically cancels state voter ID laws and publicly funds political campaigns.
Meanwhile, ...back at the wreckage, Captain Poindexter wished he had a cup of coffee. Even instant would do... Democrat leadership on Wednesday pleaded with the radical left to quit attacking Sen. Joe Manchin ...Dem senator-for-life from West Virginia. Manchin is one of the approximately one Dem senators who exhibits more integrity than Jello, often even representing his constituents... (D-WV) over his opposition to the canceling the filibuster and the legislation.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer ...Senator-for-life from New York, renowned for his love of standing in front of cameras and microphones. Schumer has been a professional politician since 1975, when disco was in flower, which is 45.54261 years, or 318.79827 years in dog years. Senate minority leader as of 2017... on Wednesday recommended outside groups not "try to bully Manchin, but to instead focus on the historical and factual arguments related to the legislation."
Perhaps in a different political position than Sinema, Manchin said he feels comfortable throwing a wrench into the radical Democrats’ fast-moving laundry list of legislative items, telling the New York Times
...which still proudly displays Walter Duranty's Pulitzer prize... , "What are they [Democrats] going to do? They going to go into West Virginia and campaign against me? Please, that would help me more than anything."
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.